South India Heritage Tour Packages 23 Nights 24 Days (Group Tour) (Start Rs 30500/-) Per Person

South India Heritage Tour Packages 23 Nights 24 Days (Group Tour) (Start Rs 30500/-) Per Person

Southern India is a holy regular miracle in light of the fact that the spots here are remarkable as well as dazzle the guests with their way of life, history and most profound sense of being, which are sublimely reflected through its excellent sanctuaries and glorious landmarks. Visit to the different appealing spots like Chennai, Kanchipuram, Mahabalipuram, Kumbakonam, Tanjore, Rameshwaram and numerous different spots frame the agenda. The 24 days and 23 evenings visit bundle will help you to find your otherworldly side. The bundle incorporates a visit to all the brilliant sanctuaries sprinkled crosswise over South India like the Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Pallava Temple, Brihadeeswarar Temple, Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple et cetera. The visit will positively offer you a profound illumination and pleasurable recollections.

Day 01: Arrive Chennai

Upon landing in Chennai Meet on landing in Airport and exchange to the inn. Rest of the day free at recreation. Overnight at the inn.

Day 02: Chennai

After breakfast entire day city voyage through Chennai. Chennai, the capital city, prominently viewed as the 'Door toward the South' speaks to a society that is unmistakably not quite the same as that of northern India. The spots of interest are Kalakshetra, a school of workmanship and music that energizes examples of Bharatanatyam, Carnatic music, conventional weaving and planning; Fort St. George worked in 1653 amid British rule in India, now houses the Secretariat and Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu; St. Mary's Church, the most seasoned Anglican Church in India with its premises; Sri Parthasarathy Temple worked by the Pallavas in the eighth century AD; Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Mylapore additionally an eighth century Pallava Temple committed to Lord Shiva; St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica reconstructed in 1606 as a church building and in 1896 it was made a basilica; and Theosophical Society - the world base camp of the Theosophical Society shaped to energize the investigation of similar religion reasoning and science. Evening exchange to lodging. Overnight at lodging.

Day 03: Chennai - Kanchipuram - Mahabalipuram

After breakfast drive to Kanchipuram, 70 kms west of Mahabalipuram which is a city of thousand sanctuaries. One of the seven holy urban areas of Hindus, it was the capital of the early Cholas as far back as the second century BC. Kanchi was a noteworthy seat of Tamil learning and in addition an essential spot of journey for Buddhists, Jains and Hindus. Aside from sanctuaries, the city is additionally renowned for its silk weavers, who settled here somewhere in the range of 400 years prior and have given it a lucky notoriety. Later on we might continue to Mahabalipuram, driving south of Chennai on the coast which is the antiquated port of Pallavas. The pallavas have made numerous wonderful landmarks with sculptural boards, caverns, Monolithic Rathas and Temples. Krishna Mandapam has a major bas help, remarkable for its reasonable representation. The world's biggest bas alleviation measuring 27m x 9m, whale back formed rock contains figures of divine beings, demi-divine beings, men brutes, feathered creatures and representation of the whole creation. Shore Temple, one of the most seasoned in south going back to eighth century AD is a decent case of the principal period of basic sanctuaries built in Dravidian style. The Five Rathas are a gathering of five solid sanctuaries, each made in various style. Later Check in at the inn. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 04: Mahabalipuram - Pondicherry (135 Km)

After breakfast drive to Pondicherry. Toward the evening city voyage through Pondicherry. In spite of the fact that the French impact is progressively blurring, Pondicherry holds a couple of Gallic pronunciations. Pondicherry's primary sights are the Raj Niwas, the Sacred Heart Church and the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. The ashram retreat was established in 1926 by Sri Aurobindo after whose demise the otherworldly power went to one of his educates, a French lady known as the Mother. The Mother was additionally instrumental in establishing the city of Dawn Auroville, 10 km from Pondicherry. Its unique contract went for making a city without bounds where individuals from India and abroad could live and cooperate in a profound situation. Evening exchange to lodging. Overnight at lodging.

Day 05: Pondicherry - Chidambaram (64 Km) - Kumbakonam (78 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Kumbakonam, on the way visit Chidambaram, the seat of the Cosmic Dancer; committed to Lord Nataraja. Spread over a region of 40 sections of land with a gopuram on every side, the sanctuary is recognized by the five sabhas or checks. The towering gopurams, the tallest one on the north is 42.4 m are cut on it with 108 move postures of Bharatanatyam.

Further proceed with drive to Kumbakonam, one of the most seasoned towns in Tamilnadu and is popular for its Mahamaham celebration. In the seventh Century it was the Capital of Chola Kings. Kumbakonam, the well known sanctuary town of South India, is beautifully situated in the midst of the two waterways, Cauvery and Arasalar. On entry check in at the lodging. Evening visit the sanctuary of Kumbakonam. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 06: Kumbakonam - Tanjore (40 Km) - Trichy (60 Km)

After breakfast drive to Trichy, on the way visit Tanjore. The home of Carnatic music, musical instruments, move and customary crafted works, Tanjore (Thanjavur) is acclaimed for the Brahadeeswarar Temple. The sanctuary developed more than a thousand years back by the Chola King Raja Rajan is a designer's wonder. The Art Gallery and the Saraswathi Mahal Library are additionally surely understood spots of interest.

Further drive to Trichy. Upon landing register with the inn. After crisp n-up visit Srirangam, which is an island, 5 kms from Trichy. Encompassed by the Kaveri water is a 600 sections of land island town encased inside the seven dividers on the monstrous Sri Ranganathaswamy sanctuary. There are no under 22 gopurams, one of which is the tallest in India. The 72 m high 13 layered gopuram overwhelms the scene for miles around. The Rock Fort arranged on the banks of the Kaveri River, Trichy's most celebrated around the world point of interest is a 84 m high shake, one of the most seasoned on the planet approx 3,800 million years. The fascination is not for fortification itself but rather the sanctuary at the summit. 344 stages slashed out of rock lead to the top where are the engravings going back to the third century B.C.

Overnight at lodging.

Day 07: Trichy - Rameshwaram

After breakfast drive to Trichy and on entry,

Early morning drive to Rameshwaram, the most hallowed journey destinations of India. No journey is over without taking an outing to this blessed island of Rameshwaram. Rameshwaram, as it is said, is the spot where Lord Rama offered on account of Lord Shiva consequently for his backing in overcoming King Ravana. This makes Rameshwaram an essential journey destination for enthusiasts of both Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. Arranged in the Ramanathapuram of Tamil Nadu, Rameshwaram is home to probably the most interesting sanctuaries in whole India. This island in the Gulf of Mannar is associated with the territory at Mandapam by Indira Gandhi Bridge. Finished in the year 1988, this was considered as a building wonder, an accomplishment unparalleled around then.

On landing check in at the inn, after new n-up entire day sanctuary visit including Ramanathaswamy, this sublime sanctuary is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas arranged in various parts of India. Ramanathaswamy Temple likewise has its name in history books as it has the biggest passage anyplace in India. The development of Ramanathaswamy Temple which was begun in the twelfth century was added to by numerous rulers. Amid its development period, numerous traditions came and fell and each of them put their contribution to the sanctuary. The rundown of exceptional components in its development is by all accounts interminable. There is this tremendous lobby that is of around 1220 meters long. All through the length of the corridor, there are splendidly cut columns, the arrangement of which will abandon you completely hypnotized. The 54 meter tall Gopuram has turned into the image of eternality in the heart of numerous explorers; such is the magnificence and nearness of it.

Day 08: Rameshwaram

After breakfast continue on entire day sanctuary voyage through Rameshwaram, going to Sri Ramanathaswamy sanctuary. The sanctuary has 22 blessed springs which are accepted to have therapeutic properties. After darshan, visit the Ghanthamathana Parvatham which gives fine perspectives of the island.

Later, visit Dhanushkodi, it is one of the Tirthas in the island of Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu, India. This is situated adjacent to the apparition town of Dhanushkodi at the eastern most tip of Rameshwaram Island. Rama utilized his bow's (Dhanush) end (Kodi) to break the extension - Adam's Bridge (henceforth the name). This extension was utilized for his armed force to traverse to Lanka for the successful war against Ravana Later, come back to the lodging for overnight sit tight.

Day 09: Rameshwaram - Madurai (170 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Madurai. Upon entry register with the inn. Evening free for own action. Overnight stay at resort.

Day 10: Full Day in Madurai

After breakfast entire day city voyage through Madurai. Madurai, known as Athens of the East, is the second biggest city on the banks of the River Vaigai. The city is accepted to be over 2500 years of age. The city got its name from the drops of nectar (Mathuram) that tumbled from Shiva's locks when he came to favor its kin for building a sanctuary for him. Madurai where the general population wake up at the serenade of psalms is glad for the great Meenakshi-Sundareswara Temple. Of its 12 gopurams, four of the tallest stand at the external dividers of the sanctuary. The 48.8 m high southern gopuram is the most awesome and have more than 1500 figures. In the Ashta Shakthi Mandapam inside the Meenakshi sanctuary, the etched columns recount the tale of the delightful princess of Madurai and her marriage to Lord Shiva. Evening exchange to inn. Overnight at lodging.

Day 11: Madurai - Kanyakumari (244 Km)
After breakfast drive to Kanyakumari which would take 5 hours. Upon arrival check into the hotel.
In the afternoon go for sightseeing. Kanyakumari is the southernmost end of Tamil Nadu, the land's end of India or the point where the three seas meet - the Bay of Bengal, The Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. Later visit Kumari Amman temple dedicated to the virgin goddess Kanyakumari (Parvati) who stands guard over the country. The temple is built at the spot where the goddess is believed to have waited for her consort Lord Siva. Gandhi Memorial, constructed at the spot where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were kept for public view in an urn before a portion was immersed into the three seas. Vivekananda Memorial built on the Vivekananda Rock where the great Philosopher guide Swami Vivekananda went into meditation that transformed him into one of the most charismatic spiritual leader.

Day 12: Kanyakumari - Kovalam (100 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Kovalam going to in transit Padmanabhapuram, (trivandrum 15 km short from Kovalam). The capital of Travancore until 1333, Padmanabhapuram is known for its fortification which encases, among different structures, a royal residence and a sanctuary. The royal residence has some essential craftsmanship relics while the Ramaswamy sanctuary has flawlessly cut boards portraying scenes from the Ramayana.

Later exchange to Kovalam. Overnight at lodging.

Day 13: Full Day in Kovalam

After breakfast entire day free for your own action or recreation. Overnight at inn.

Day 14: Kovalam - Alleppey (170 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Alleppey, upon entry board the Houseboat. Entire day cruising on houseboat. Overnight stay in houseboat.

Day 15: Alleppey - Cochin (60 km)

After breakfast land the houseboat and drive to Cochin.On entry register with the inn.

After new n-up city touring voyage through Cochin. Cochin, Karnataka's business focus, has a fine normal harbor. Cochin (Kochi) door for Karnataka is popular for Mattancherry Palace, St. Francis Church, Wellington Island, Bolghatty Island, Chinese Fishing nets and Jewish Synagogue. Cruising on the back-waters gives looks of the country life, fine perspective of the harbor and three islands. Evening show witness the Kathakali Dance Show in an assembly hall. Overnight at inn.

Day 16: Cochin - Hyderabad

Morning after breakfast exchange to the airplane terminal to load onto the flight for Hyderabad. Upon landing in Hyderabad airplane terminal meet with our delegate and exchange to the inn. Rest of the day free at relaxation. Overnight stay at lodging.

Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and is the fifth biggest city in India, being the previous seat of one of the world's wealthiest rulers in particular the Nizams. It is a noteworthy focal point of Islamic culture and is an amicable amalgam of the South and the North.

Hyderabad got to be well known when the fourth Qutb Shahi ruler, Quli Qutb Shah made this new capital and named it after his Begum - Hyder Mahal. Prior to the establishing of Hyderabad, the QutbShahi lords ruled from the stronghold of Golconda - 11 kms toward the west. Today, the broad remnants of the fortification, with QutbShahi's tomb, have ended up primary attractions for voyagers.

Day 17: Hyderabad

After breakfast will have entire day guided city touring voyage through Hyderabad going by Charminar and Golconda Fort. The twin urban areas of Hyderabad and Secunderabad are isolated by the Hussain Sagar Lake. Overnight stay at lodging.

Golconda was once celebrated for its thriving exchange precious stones, which has now turned into a legend of the past. Today vacationers visit this royal residence just to see the vestiges.

The Salar Jung Museum: This cherish place of workmanship is situated on the bank of the waterway Musa. Acclaimed as one of the finest limited accumulations on the planet, this gallery is named after Mir Yusuf Ali Khan-Salar Jung III-the head administrator of the Nizam, who was an incredible expert of craftsmanship. It houses 35,000 displays gathered from all sides of the world including lit up original copies, bejeweled ordnances, wood carvings, impeccable cut glass accumulations and so on.

The Charminar Situated in the heart of the old walled city, this structure is the best known point of interest with clamoring bazaars all round, where an assortment of articles like pearls, adornments, bangles, crystal fixtures, silks are shown. It was implicit 1591 A.D. by Quli Shah, as a type of talisman to avoid the feared scourge that was assaulting the city.

Mecca Masjid: It is the biggest mosque arranged near Charminar. It was started by Qutb Shah in 1614 A.D., however was finished just in 1687 A.D. by the Moghul Emperor - Aurangzeb.

Naubat Prabhat: Popularly called Birla Mandir this sanctuary worked of unadulterated white marble on a slope and committed to Lord Balaji is an exceptionally well known vacation spot. One can get a magnificent perspective of the twin urban areas and the lake going along with them.

Day 18: Hyderabad - Warangal (100 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Warangal. Upon entry register with the inn. After new n-up city touring voyage through Warangal.Overnight stay at lodging.

Warangal: Warangal was at one time the capital of the Kakatiya administration. The Kakatiyas were the Hindu lords who were supporters of craftsmanship and engineering. Warangal is portrayed as the "City of the Kakatiya Dynasty", and the sanctuaries worked amid their rule are fine case of the Chalukyan style of engineering. The best known among them is the 1000 pillared sanctuary on the inclines of the Hanumakonda slope and the Bhadrakali sanctuary.

Another imperative landmark in Warangal is the fortification worked by the Kakatiyas. It has four enriching entryways of astounding excellence. The external dividers are worked of mud blocks, and within is sustained by stone dividers in which numerous cut stones are found. These cut stones are accepted to have been taken out of the decimated Chalukyan sanctuaries.

The Thousand Pillar Temple: The well known Thousand-Pillar Temple was implicit 1163 AD by King Rudra Deva and committed to the Gods Shiva, Vishnu and Surya.

Bhadrakali Temple: This well known sanctuary of the Kakatiya period is arranged on a hillock amongst Warangal and Hanamakonda. The 2.7 meter tall stone picture of the god is the fundamental fascination. This sanctuary too is implicit the Chalukyan style of sanctuary zrchitecture.

Ramappa Temple: Marco Polo has portrayed this stunningly wonderful sanctuary as the "brightest star in the universe of medieval sanctuaries in the Deccan". Rich, perplexing carvings decorate the dividers, columns and roofs of this great building. The sanctuary goes back to 1234 AD and is a Shivalaya.

Day 19: Warangal – Vijayawada (254 Km)

After breakfast leave for Vijayawada, in transit going to Kondapalli Village. Further proceed with drive to Vijayawada. Upon landing register with the lodging. Overnight stay at inn.

Kondappalli: The name mainstream with the fourteenth century post of Hindu Rajas. At the foothills, is a little town with the artisans taking a shot at the Puniki wood and painting with finish hues on it. The human figures portray distinctive occupation in the towns, fowls and creatures, Ambari elephants, legendary subjects like God and Goddesses figures and so forth with water shading depictions.

Vijayawada: The name actually signifies "City of Victory'. It is arranged in perfect surroundings between the Krishna River and Budameru, its tributary. The third greatest city in Andhra Pradesh, Vijayawada is an expansive railroad intersection on the Calcutta-Chennai line. It is additionally the spot from which voyagers visit the Buddhist focus of Amaravathi.

Day 20: Vijayawada - Nagarjunsagar (190 Km)

Morning appreciate city touring voyage through Vijayawada, trailed by a drive to Nagarjuna Sagar. Upon landing register with the lodging. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 12: Kanyakumari - Kovalam (100 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Kovalam going to on the way Padmanabhapuram, (trivandrum 15 km short from Kovalam). The capital of Travancore until 1333, Padmanabhapuram is known for its fortification which encases, among different structures, a royal residence and a sanctuary. The royal residence has some imperative craftsmanship relics while the Ramaswamy sanctuary has wonderfully cut boards portraying scenes from the Ramayana.

Later exchange to Kovalam. Overnight at inn.

Day 13: Full Day in Kovalam

After breakfast entire day free for your own movement or relaxation. Overnight at lodging.

Day 14: Kovalam - Alleppey (170 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Alleppey, upon landing board the Houseboat. Entire day cruising on houseboat. Overnight stay in houseboat.

Day 15: Alleppey - Cochin (60 km)

After breakfast land the houseboat and drive to Cochin.On entry register with the lodging.

After crisp n-up city touring voyage through Cochin. Cochin, Karnataka's business focus, has a fine common harbor. Cochin (Kochi) passage for Karnataka is renowned for Mattancherry Palace, St. Francis Church, Wellington Island, Bolghatty Island, Chinese Fishing nets and Jewish Synagogue. Cruising on the back-waters gives looks of the country life, fine perspective of the harbor and three islands. Evening show witness the Kathakali Dance Show in a hall. Overnight at inn.

Day 16: Cochin - Hyderabad

Morning after breakfast exchange to the airplane terminal to get onto the flight for Hyderabad. Upon landing in Hyderabad airplane terminal meet with our delegate and exchange to the inn. Rest of the day free at recreation. Overnight stay at lodging.

Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and is the fifth biggest city in India, being the previous seat of one of the world's wealthiest rulers in particular the Nizams. It is a noteworthy focal point of Islamic culture and is an agreeable amalgam of the South and the North.

Hyderabad got to be popular when the fourth Qutb Shahi ruler, Quli Qutb Shah made this new capital and named it after his Begum - Hyder Mahal. Prior to the establishing of Hyderabad, the QutbShahi rulers ruled from the fortification of Golconda - 11 kms toward the west. Today, the broad remains of the fortification, with QutbShahi's tomb, have ended up key attractions for visitors.

Day 17: Hyderabad

After breakfast will have entire day guided city touring voyage through Hyderabad going to Charminar and Golconda Fort. The twin urban communities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad are isolated by the Hussain Sagar Lake. Overnight stay at inn.

Golconda was once well known for its thriving exchange jewels, which has now turned into a legend of the past. Today sightseers visit this castle just to see the vestiges.

The Salar Jung Museum: This cherish place of craftsmanship is situated on the bank of the stream Musa. Acclaimed as one of the finest small time accumulations on the planet, this historical center is named after Mir Yusuf Ali Khan-Salar Jung III-the head administrator of the Nizam, who was an awesome specialist of workmanship. It houses 35,000 shows gathered from all edges of the world including lit up original copies, bejeweled ordnances, wood carvings, dazzling cut glass accumulations and so forth.

The Charminar Situated in the heart of the old walled city, this structure is the best known historic point with clamoring bazaars all round, where an assortment of articles like pearls, gems, bangles, light fixtures, silks are shown. It was inherent 1591 A.D. by Quli Shah, as a type of talisman to avoid the feared pandemic that was desolating the city.

Mecca Masjid: It is the biggest mosque arranged near Charminar. It was started by Qutb Shah in 1614 A.D., however was finished just in 1687 A.D. by the Moghul Emperor - Aurangzeb.

Naubat Prabhat: Popularly called Birla Mandir this sanctuary worked of unadulterated white marble on a slope and committed to Lord Balaji is an extremely prominent vacation destination. One can get a great perspective of the twin urban communities and the lake going along with them.

Day 18: Hyderabad - Warangal (100 Km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Warangal. Upon entry register with the inn. After crisp n-up city touring voyage through Warangal.Overnight stay at inn.

Warangal: Warangal was at one time the capital of the Kakatiya line. The Kakatiyas were the Hindu rulers who were benefactors of workmanship and design. Warangal is depicted as the "City of the Kakatiya Dynasty", and the sanctuaries worked amid their rule are fine case of the Chalukyan style of design. The best known among them is the 1000 pillared sanctuary on the inclines of the Hanumakonda slope and the Bhadrakali sanctuary.

Another vital landmark in Warangal is the post worked by the Kakatiyas. It has four embellishing doors of exceptional magnificence. The external dividers are worked of mud blocks, and within is strengthened by stone dividers in which numerous cut stones are found. These cut stones are accepted to have been taken out of the wrecked Chalukyan sanctuaries.

The Thousand Pillar Temple: The popular Thousand-Pillar Temple was inherent 1163 AD by King Rudra Deva and devoted to the Gods Shiva, Vishnu and Surya.

Bhadrakali Temple: This popular sanctuary of the Kakatiya period is arranged on a hillock amongst Warangal and Hanamakonda. The 2.7 meter tall stone picture of the god is the principle fascination. This sanctuary too is inherent the Chalukyan style of sanctuary zrchitecture.

Ramappa Temple: Marco Polo has depicted this stunningly delightful sanctuary as the "brightest star in the cosmic system of medieval sanctuaries in the Deccan". Rich, complex carvings decorate the dividers, columns and roofs of this glorious building. The sanctuary goes back to 1234 AD and is a Shivalaya.

Day 19: Warangal – Vijayawada (254 Km)

After breakfast leave for Vijayawada, on the way going by Kondapalli Village. Further proceed with drive to Vijayawada. Upon landing register with the inn. Overnight stay at inn.

Kondappalli: The name prevalent with the fourteenth century post of Hindu Rajas. At the foothills, is a little town with the artisans taking a shot at the Puniki wood and painting with polish hues on it. The human figures delineate distinctive occupation in the towns, flying creatures and creatures, Ambari elephants, fanciful subjects like God and Goddesses figures and so on with water shading sketches.

Vijayawada: The name actually signifies "City of Victory'. It is arranged in perfect surroundings between the Krishna River and Budameru, its tributary. The third greatest city in Andhra Pradesh, Vijayawada is an expansive railroad intersection on the Calcutta-Chennai line. It is likewise the spot from which explorers visit the Buddhist focal point of Amaravathi.

Day 20: Vijayawada - Nagarjunsagar (190 Km)

Morning appreciate city touring voyage through Vijayawada, trailed by a drive to Nagarjuna Sagar. Upon landing register with the lodging. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 21: Nagarjunsagar - Srisailam (183 Km)

Morning visit the Nagarjunakonda. It was one of the biggest and most critical Buddhist focuses in South India from the second century BC until third century AD. Likewise visit Nagarjunasagar Dam. One of the most punctual hydroelectric activities of India, the Nagarjunasagar Dam is an advanced image of human triumph over nature. The development of the dam brought about the arrangement of the world's third biggest man-made lake. 124 meters high and around 1 Km long is the Nagarjuna Dam one of the biggest stone work on the planet. The lake, which it straddles, is the third biggest artificial lake on the planet. On an arch not very a long way from the dam, is the picture of Nagarjuna, the supporter of the old city. We will likewise visit the Ethipothala Waterfalls (11 km) on the Chandravanka stream, a tributary of Krishna. A mountain stream named Chandravanka falls down the slopes from a tallness of 22 m is close to the Nagaruna Sagar. The Ethipothala waterfalls are a brilliant sight of the force and magnificence of nature. The stunning tidal pond framed by the falls has a crocodile reproducing focus.

Later toward the evening drive to Srisailam. Upon entry register with the inn. Overnight stay at hotel.Srisailma is renowned for Brahma Rambha Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple, where one of the 12 Joytilingas is arranged.

Day 22: Srisailam - Hyderabad (213 Km)

Morning after breakfast sanctuary voyage through Srisailam.

The place of worship of Lord Mallikarjuna beautifully arranged on a level top of Nallamala Hills, Srisailam is presumed to be a standout amongst the most antiquated kshetras in India. It is on the right half of the River Krishna in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. This praised mountain is likewise named as Siridhan, Srigiri, Sirigiri, Sri Parvatha and Srinagam. It has been a prominent focal point of Saivite journey for a considerable length of time. The conspicuousness of this Divya Kshetram is highlighted by the way that while performing our day by day family customs we determine spot of area of our presence with reference to Srisailam.

Later toward the evening drive to Hyderabad. Upon entry register with the inn. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 23: Hyderabad - Chennai (by flight)

After breakfast exchange to the air terminal to get onto the flight for Chennai. Upon entry register with the lodging. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 24: Chennai - Departure

Exchange to the air terminal to get onto the flight for forward destination.

Visit and administrations Ends.

 

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